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08/01 2018

HIDDEN CAMERA LAWSUIT AGAINST FORMER NASCAR DRIVER “…RR-AZ ALUM…”GREG BIFFLE RESUMED THIS WEEK

Greg Biffle’s ex-wife has accused him of spying on her with hidden cameras installed in their North Carolina home. 

The 2002 Xfinity champion is alleged to have filmed his ex-wife without her consent

 

PHOTO BY MOTORSPORT IMAGE – LAT

 

BY:  AUTOWEEK

Former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle took the stand this week in a civil case filed against him.

Last summer, Biffle was accused by his ex-wife, Nicole Lunders, and his former mother-in-law of installing hidden cameras inside their Lake Norman, North Carolina residence, recording them without consent and showing the footage to other people.

The cameras were installed in the master bedroom, master bathroom and the guest bathroom.

Biffle has denied any wrongdoing in court and suggested that his ex-wife knew the cameras were there. Biffle and the man who installed the cameras, an employee of Roush-Fenway Racing named Ricky Reavis, took the stand on Monday morning.

 

Biffle drove for Roush Fenway Racing during the entirety of his 15-year Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career. The team itself has been dismissed as a defendant after stating it was not aware of the incident and should not be held liable.

The driver claimed, under oath, that the cameras were installed because he was under the belief that their maids were stealing from him. Lunders claimed that Biffle was trying to catch his wife in an affair, something she admitted to engaging in, but added that Biffle was cheating as well. Biffle denied any such affair on the witness stand.

The trial resumed on Wednesday.

Biffle captured what is now the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship in 2002. He earned 19 victories at the Cup Series level, 20 in Xfinity and 16 in the Camping World Truck Series.